One name mentioned by virtually everyone the Daily Journal spoke to was Keker & Van Nest. Lawyers at some of the best firms in California said they model themselves after the litigation powerhouse.
Steve Hirsch earned the prestigious CLAY award by winning a federal court judgment in the Heller Ehrman bankruptcy that makes it easier for clients to hire lawyers and for lawyers to switch firms.
Corporate counsel recognized lawyers who exemplify the best in firm client service, drawing praise for legal creativity, quick responses, and business savvy.
Michael Celio provides insights as to why companies may choose to litigate in Delaware.
A Delaware federal jury found that two patents held by patent holding company Round Rock Research LLC covering flash drives and memory cards were invalid, following an eight-day trial in a patent infringement case against SanDisk Corp.
The Daily Journal recognized five associates as California's rising legal stars.
Brook Dooley, Eric MacMichael and Katherine Lovett's article highlights some of 2014’s key developments in white collar practice, along with cases to watch in 2015.
Michael Celio and other veteran attorneys weigh in on the things associates should be doing to stand out and move up at their firms.
Gene Paige provides ten things that companies considering engaging in patent litigation outside of the United States should consider before taking action.
David Silbert and his team score a win for LinkedIn.
Over the past three years, the firm has awarded $127,000 in scholarship money to seven recipients, who represent a range of racial, ethnic and LGBT diversity.
The National Law Journal chose 50 people who have helped make a difference in the fight for justice. Each has shown a deep passion and perseverance in pursuit of their mission, having achieved remarkable successes along the way.
Securities defense litigator Michael Celio describes the plaintiffs' position as "aggressive and unprecedented" argument under securities law.